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September 2009

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A review of solar and wind technologies and future.

September 27, 2009 – Comments (12)

In a recent National Geographic magazine story, they discuss the future of solar power.   The article is extremely well written, and a great look at the current industry and future prospects.  If you have time, please take a read at: National Geographic Site.  [more]

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AONE - A123Systems IPO did very well today!

September 24, 2009 – Comments (0)

A123Systems is a manufacturer of lithium ion batteries, that was an offshoot of MIT research.  They use some nanophosphate particles which somehow make for a superior battery.  The lithium ion batteries are sold to hybrid car manufacturers, as well as to small tool makers.  Yesterday, after the market close they had their IPO of 25 million shares at $9-11.  There was such a large demand that they raised their IPO to 27 million shares at around $13.  [more]

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Rof's MOAP-09 predictions - Q3 and Q4 will be rockin!

September 23, 2009 – Comments (5)

Since posting a response on Alstry's blog is beyond futile (to prevent people from seeing criticism of Alstrynomics, he continuously pumps out new blogs - this refreshes the screen with a new Alstry blog without comments),  I've decided to take him on with my own MOAP.    [more]

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The real victims? Health insurance executives.

September 23, 2009 – Comments (3)

A new video helps explain why we all need to stand up and defend private insurance and the corporate executives who profit off of our misery.  [more]

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The next bubble? Risk.

September 20, 2009 – Comments (5)

I'm a firm believer that we're currently in 12-24 month trend of increasing market stability, revenue/profit recovery, and eventually job recovery.  Q3 and Q4, I want to be in long - I think these will continue our market trends up; taking us to 1100-1200 S&P.  Corporate bond yields will continue to decrease, while treasury bond yields will stay low as well (for the short term).  Inflation will remain low in the short term.    [more]

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